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China-Africa Trade and Investment: Moving Beyond the Neocolonial Debate
Journal of Economics Business and Management
China has become Africa's leading trading partner, with the trade exceeding US$210 billion for 2013, and projected to reach US$400 billion by 2020. China's increased economic presence in and importance to Africa has understandably attracted global attention by scholars, business people, pundits, politicians, and journalists. Unfortunately, much of the discussion concerning the Sino-African relationship takes the form of a debate as to what extent is China a neocolonial power in Africa. We arguedoi:10.7763/joebm.2015.v3.301 fatcat:gcip2jgrffhhtfpisxmbnzusqu